With today’s heavy frost, I think it’s safe to say the majority of the growing for 2016 has come to an end. This year has been my first year on my little half plot and I feel it has been a success! I’ve grown all sorts of different veg and flowers from Dahlias, calendula and sunflowers to beetroot, spinach and pumpkins! At some points … Continue reading A time to reflect
Apple season is upon us and the trees this year are groaning at the weight of lovely, crunchy apples! In our house apple season is always met with applause as we are big apple fans! Apple and Blackberry crumble, apple pie, baked apples and pork & apples are just a few recipes that go down well with us. My mum has two huge, old … Continue reading Apple and Prune Cake
I’m currently addicted to edible flowers! As a huge fan of Sarah Raven and Emma Bridgewater, I’ve often loved their use of edible flowers in food and have been dying to try it out for some time. Obviously not everyone is open to the idea of edible flowers (some people just find it strange) so I’ve been building up the courage to have a go … Continue reading Edible Flowers
A fantastic foodie treat in the heart of Nantwich, Cheshire for the annual Nantwich Food and Drink Festival #eatdrinknantwich Continue reading A fantastic foodie treat
A lovely pot roast, slow cooked Beef Brisket in an Italian Ragu! The perfect dish to take us from Summer to Autumn. <a href="”> Read More… Continue reading Beef Brisket in Ragu
With the rise of the Gastro Pub, I seem to frequent them more often than Restaurants nowadays, which I suppose is just a sign of the times. However, breaking the mould we recently visited a local but highly popular Mexican Restaurant – Panama Hatty’s, which is located in Spurstow, Cheshire. As we were early we were ushered to the bar for drinks whilst our table … Continue reading Spicing things up!
By Emily Robinson In Cheshire we are completely spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out! We have a range of eating establishments all vying for our attention, with fantastic food and delightful drinks. That said I believe sometimes you can’t beat the devil you know! As a haven for any foodie The Dysart Arms used to be heaving most, if not every weekend … Continue reading Better the Devil you know…